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Time As We Know It

We’ve been taught that time is “common sense” and chronological, clicking in micro items of seconds, minutes, hours that add as much as macro-units of days, weeks, months, years, many years, centuries, millennia. We punch out and in on the…

Worry No More

T ime flies when you're having a good time, and it flies at Mach 5 when you're not. When I hear my kids grumble, "I'm tired," I inform them just how much I covet them. Oh, to be tired! To have no instant needs on my time, energy, and…

The End of Space and Time

Infinity makes physicists uncomfortable. This makes sense if you think about one of the most fundamental “laws” of physics: the second law of thermodynamics, which states that in a closed system, the total entropy of a system will always…

Time Is Made, Not Discovered

Picture by Murray Campbell on Unsplash" I simply have not discovered the time." Truly? How is it that you've lost an abstract principle? Oh, you imply there "aren't adequate hours in the day," right? Let's be truthful, we have actually…

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